Previous work has outlined a method of decomposing an acoustic impulse response (IR) into decaying sine components, which allows for parametrization of a modelled IR. This enables control over a convolution based reverberator akin to an algorithmic reverberator. A common control found in an algorithmic reverb is the balance between early and late reflections. This work introduces a method of adjusting the balance between early and late reflections without direct processing of the impulse response, through a component domain transform. This work extends the creative applications of indirect IR Processing through the use of the modal decomposition paradigm.
Monedero, Patxi; Howard, Michael
Affiliation: NUGEN Audio, Leeds, UK
AES Convention: 152 (May 2022) Paper Number: 10557
Publication Date: May 2, 2022
Subject: Audio Synthesis & Audio Effects
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